Surprise, Venice — there’s an Eggslut open in your neighborhood now. The egg-loving morning sandwich makers quietly started serving up to the public today, following a short stint with staff to work out some internal kinks.
The new address sits practically underneath the Venice sign welcoming in travelers to the Venice Beach Boardwalk, with frontage looking out onto Pacific Avenue. The space itself is small and raw, with less of the subway tile sheen you’ll find at Grand Central Market (or their other outlet in Las Vegas), and more of a grey steel and cement industrial feel. As for seating, expect some counter room and a few small round tables, but that’s about it.
You should also expect the same small menu as what you’ll find at the GCM original (or, really, from Alvin Cailan’s days on the food truck), which means slow-scrambled egg sandwiches on brioche buns, lots of bacon and sausage, and a highly underrated lunchtime burger. Prices look to be the same as well.
Hours for Eggslut Venice are 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily, which means that as of tomorrow morning Westsiders will officially be able to eschew Downtown altogether for their much-needed morning fix.
1611 Pacific Ave.
Los Angeles, CA